8 parts of speech posters: verb, pronoun, noun, conjunction, preposition, adverb, adjective, and article. For speech and language therapy and ESL. This is a digital download, not a set of printed posters.
This activity is designed for speech-language pathologists working with the pediatric population to address basic concepts such as sorting, color identification, counting, and quantitative concepts (more/less, most/least). The digital download includes everything required, including all apples and baskets, to use the activity in a structured therapy session.
This handout is designed for pediatric speech-language pathologists who work with toddler and preschool-aged children. The handout describes 5 current (2018) apps that target speech and language skills and is an easy way to suggest options for practice at home for families and caregivers who have access to tablets.
This handout is designed for speech-language pathologists working with the pediatric population and their families. It contains visuals for how to complete 9 functional signs along with a basic explanation of how to introduce signs to children.
This handout is designed for speech-language pathologists working with parents and their children towards meaningful interactions that foster strong language development. The handout includes three specific strategies with a breakdown of how to incorporate each strategy into everyday life.
This handout is designed for speech-language pathologists working with pediatrics and families to target speech and language goals. It includes 4 detailed strategies with specific examples of how to use each strategy.
This handout is designed for speech-language pathologists working with the pediatric population to target understanding and usage of pronouns. The handout lays out three specific strategies that families and caregivers can use to help develop pronoun accuracy.
This fall-themed product is designed for speech-language pathologists who work with the pediatric population. It can be used as a structured therapy task and can also be given to families to address goals in a home environment to improve carry-over of receptive language tasks like following instructions and understanding prepositions. The product includes 1 blank page with a ground and sky and 1 page with fall-themed objects that can be cut and used in the task.
This product is designed for speech-language pathologists working on wh-questions with children. It includes information about the natural sequencing for mastering different wh- questions as well as a matching card game that includes 3 sets of matching cards per wh- question cue.
This handout is designed for speech-language pathologists working with the pediatric population and their families to address teaching basic concepts, including general vocabulary, quantitative concepts, opposites, and spatial concepts. The handout offers 4 everyday strategies that can be implemented at home to improve carry-over of speech and language therapy.
This handout is designed for speech-language pathologists working with the pediatric population and their families. The 1-page handout provides a simple-to-read breakdown of major speech and language development milestones from birth to three years of age.
This product is designed for speech-language pathologists addressing language expansion with the pediatric population. Sentence strips provide a visual way to build sentences, providing a concrete learning strategy for young children working on expanding their utterance length.
This speech therapy activity targets pattern recognition and Thanksgiving vocabulary. Cut out the final squares, mix them up, and challenge children to place the final square in each row by following the patterns on the page.
This handout describes the role of speech-language pathologists in helping young children develop pre-literacy skills. The handout defines 5 elements of phonological awareness that SLPs target in speech therapy, including onset-rime, segmentation, alliteration, rhyming, and phonemic awareness.
This visual is designed for speech-language pathologists working with the pediatric population to target volume control. The handout provides a visual, concrete way for children to categorize vocal volume and learn what appropriate loudness feels and looks like.
Research shows that sentence repetition aids in teaching and learning appropriate volume control for children. This therapy task is designed for speech-language pathologists working with children to teach this skill and provides simple visuals and sentences for repetitive practice.
This handout is designed for speech-language pathologists working the pediatric population to target vocal health. The handout outlines three elements that contribute to overall vocal hygiene, including environment, hydration, and vocal rest. The handout is appropriate for staff, parents, and caregivers.
Tech specs: Digital download. 34 pages. 8.5 x 11 inches. PDF format. 155.5 MB. Must be opened on a computer, not a phone or tablet.